News - 9 Nov 2017
Printed items, from textbooks to artwork to newspapers, are a part of everyday life. However, the ink used in printers today is limited in resolution and colors. Now in a new study reported in...
News - 16 May 2011
Siemens has unveiled an industrial nano-computer, the Simatic IPC227D Nanobox PC.
The nano-size enables downsizing of control cabinets and overall costs. Industrial PCs are deployed to process...
News - 29 Jan 2009
In order to achieve higher storage densities on computer disks, the last decades were dominated by optimization of magnetic materials, i.e. the magnetic particles (grains) were gradually shrunk while,...
News - 22 Jan 2009
Tiny disk-shaped lasers as small as a speck of dust could one day beam information through optical computers. Unfortunately, a perfect disk will spray light out, not as a beam, but in all directions....
Article - 7 May 2004
AXcess News released a story covering the latest breakthroughs in nanotechnology and some of the companies’ investors should be watching. Posted April 26 2004
Article - 4 May 2004
“Spintronics” holds promise to produce ever smaller and more powerful micro devices. Posted April 2004
News - 10 Aug 2011
UC San Diego physicists have invented a new type of lens-less X-ray microscope capable of penetrating deep into materials and allow viewing of minuscule details at 1 nm scale or one billionth of a...
News - 24 Jul 2009
Intel Corporation, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live, is moving to a more advanced, 34-nanometer...
News - 19 Oct 2012
Strange and wonderful things happen in materials just one atom thick.
Kin Fai Mak is spending the week at Case Western Reserve University discussing his pioneering use of spectroscopy—the...
News - 2 Aug 2011
Computer files that allow us to watch videos, store pictures, and edit all kinds of media formats are nothing else but streams of "0" and "1" digital data, that is, bits and bytes....